Mobile is a critical area of Facebook’s business as more Internet users migrate away from the desktop in favor smartphones and tablets.
The privacy-aware geolocation project will use publicly available cell tower and Wi-Fi signals.
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is hosting the Zuckerberg Files, a digital treasure trove containing over 100 full-text transcripts and about 50 video files documenting Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s public statements.
3-D printing may have an image problem. It's sometimes seen as a hobbyist pursuit -- a fun way to build knickknacks from your living room desktop -- but a growing number of companies are giving serious thought to the technology to help get new ideas off the ground.
Boeing, NASA, Lockheed Martin and GE are among the large corporations that for decades have used additive manufacturing, known more popularly as 3-D printing.
Some people think a lot can go wrong if you have your emails pass through LinkedIn's servers with the company's new Intro technology.
The non-profit site will keep less user data and adopt the secure HTTPS protocol by default.
Twitter has hired a top digital executive at NBC News, Vivian Schiller, to help boost its partnerships with news organizations.
At that price, Twitter's initial public offering could generate $1.25 billion in proceeds, the company estimates.
Five LookFlow engineers will join Yahoo's Flickr team in San Francisco in an effort to improve photo discovery on the image-sharing site.
A gruesome video that was recently noticed on Facebook and allowed by the company was removed Tuesday, as the social network looks to strengthen its policies around the posting of graphic content.
Executives from the Chinese smartphone maker denied rumors that they're planning to break from Android to develop their own mobile operating system.
Ex-Googler Hugo Barra praised the Chinese smartphone manufacturer's user-focused design at a recent event in San Francisco
Pavel Durov, the CEO of the Russian social networking site VK, does not think very highly of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Edward Snowden instead is his personal hero.
Google Maps Engine Pro, a cloud-based software tool, aims to let businesses organize data such as shipping roots, warehouse locations and sales territories.